|09-05-2013 07:16 PM|
Last week we ran out of raw food and had to resort to kibble for lunch. Griz looked in the bowl, looked at us, stared back at the bowl. I went inside to finish cleaning up, heard banging-its Griz at the door carrying the full food bowl. He sets it down and then just stares at me like-" Ummmm you messed up my order lady. Send this back to the kitchen, k?"
Today he wanted in the den, which is blocked by a baby gate since all of Munchkin's toys are there and he thinks they are awesome to chew on (she does not agree). Its one of those pass-through baby gates that has an inner door you open by stepping on a paddle that unlocks it. I heard banging, turned around and he was jumping on the paddle with his front feet, the way a fox catches a mouse, trying to unlock the door so he could come in.
He's already figured out latch-style door handles. No one can take a pee in private. Thank goodness he doesn't have thumbs or he'd figure out the locks and round-handles and goodness knows how we'd keep him in the house.
|09-05-2013 05:33 PM|
They really are smarter than expected
When I feed Kaiser I put part of his food in a Kong that goes in his bowl along with the rest of his food. Typically I'll reach in and help him pour out the food in the Kong, however yesterday things didn't work out as he expected. While he eats I'll stand beside him and pet him. He growls a little but generally ignores me and just eats. But yesterday he actually barked. So I walked off, figure out how to get the rest of your food yourself then sporto.
He chased after me with this look like 'but.....! what about the rest of my dinners????'
I guess it's one of those things you just have to see but I died laughing and helped him get the rest of his food out.
It just cracked me up that he had that much understanding of what was going on and his reaction to me walking away.